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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Swiffer Breast Cancer Awareness Giveaway

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and you see an increase in pink everywhere!

Swiffer supports Breast Cancer Awareness by partnering with Cleaning for a Reason, an organization that works with more than 1,000 local and professional maid services to bring meaning to cleaning by helping women focus their energy on fighting cancer. Since 2006, the partner maid services have volunteered their time to clean for over 17,000 women. They offer four cleanings to women with any cancer, once a month for four months.

Swiffer has created pink products, which you can pick up at Walmart. Or you can win them in this great giveaway hosted by Drugstore Divas and A Bride On A Budget. Two lucky winners will win a prize pack with a $25 Walmart gift card, plus items from Crest, Bounty, Oral B, Olay and Pantene, as well as a Swiffer Duster. This giveaway starts now and ends at 11:59pm EST on October 13. To enter, you must be a US resident who is 18 or older. The winner(s) will be contacted via email and will have 24 hours to respond before another winner is selected.
Clair's Freebies received no compensation for this giveaway and is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook, Twitter or any other social media of any kind.

Leah Shumack is the voice behind Clair's Freebies. Born and raised in ski country Western NY where I still live today with my beautiful 8 year old daughter. When I'm not tending to her or out scoping deals I enjoy entering giveaways and trying out new things in the kitchen!

10 comments:

  1. My best friend is a Breast cancer survivor and is still in remission thank God. So important for everyone to get checked so things are caught early. This awareness month is a Great way to let everyone know about n what to do for Breast cancer. Thank you for a Great giveaway.

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  2. Breast Cancer runs in our family, and early detection is key. Thank you for a great giveaway!

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  3. My aunt died from breast cancer.

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  4. No one in my family has ever been DX w/ breast cancer, but we suffer from other forms of female cancer. Myself included. so I believe any awareness about any form of cancer, and one that especially effects mainly women, is so very important! I get my yearly mamograms and have taught my oldest daughter to do the same!

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  5. I have 2 family members with cancer - not breast cancer - but cancer is cancer - so it's important to check and keep testing so you don't miss any signs

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  6. it's important to me b/c my step mother is a breast cancer survivor. :)

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  7. Thank you for the giveaway! Early detection is key!!

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  8. My sister-in-law died with breast cancer.

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